Livestock Foundation Receives $50,000

Lindstrom estate donates money to establish scholarship.

Brothers Glenn and Clyde Lindstrom both died in 2007 after living their lifetimes on their family farm southwest of Falun, where they operated a farming and cattle business.

The brothers left no close heirs and left their estate to charities, among them the Kansas Livestock Foundation.

The Glenn and Clyde Lindstrom Kansas Livestock Foundation Scholarships will be geared toward any student of at least sophomore level attending a Kansas junior or senior college and pursuing a degree in agriculture. Preference will be given to students residing within the boundaries of Unified School District 400 in northern McPherson and southern Saline Counties. Two scholarships will be available each year, beginning the fall of 2010.

KLF was established in 1983 to operate solely and exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes that advance the interests of the Kansas livestock industry. For information about KLF scholarship offerings or to receive an application, contact the foundation at 6031 S.W. 37th St., Topeka, KS 66614 or e-mail [email protected].

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